Enron founder Kenneth Lay died early Wednesday in Aspen, Colo.,
of a massive heart attack while awaiting sentencing after being
found guilty of conspiracy and fraud in the Enron trial in May.
Lay’s death came as a shock to former Enron stockholders, some
of whom lost their entire life savings in the company’s collapse,
as they were convinced Lay did not actually *have* a heart.
–==++ TopFive’s Five-Word Newsflash ++==–
Item: Ken Lay dead at 64.
Comment: God’s portfolio held Enron shares.